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Discussion in 'Thumpers' started by damasovi, Jan 17, 2007.
.. he sure is .. and he's proud of that work he's done too ..
My ride dressed for a precamping trip ride. Love it.....
That look great.
hate to say it but there is just something about that first generation model that appeals to my eyes.
Took me a while ....... nice!
My eyes too. It looks absolutely un-designed like an old tractor. There are body panels and a "fairing" and someone must have decided on the shape, but they didn't apparently need to make it something it's not.
.. dang clever .. nicely done ..
2013 yellow model
Spent a couple hours at the International Motorcycle Show in Chicago last Friday. I think the best looking 2013 model is this yellow one. I really like the black frame and wheels.
I have to quit looking at this thread... Another sweet KLR
This is a sweet KLR...
I like the yellow too. The 2013's will be last years model by the time my truck is paid for, I'm shooting for a NOS one.
Spent the weekend at Little Sahara. Lots of fun. HERE is a link to the ride report.
Stopped to get out a branch from the rear end, and found it wasn't a branch
I've been there but I was a good distance from any support. BUT, I pulled out my trusty Leatherman tool, I was back on the trail in no time.
My other comment, that, for sure is "old school" KLR.
From your picture,
#1- Foot peg on the swing arm.
#2- Shoe brakes
#3 A real kick starter.
What year is it?
Yup, Leatherman FTW!
1986 KLR250, rebuilt and going strong
I was drooling over the yellow one at the IMS in NYC. I miss my KLR. It'd be a nice street oriented dual sport companion to my much, much better off road G650X.
Slung my bike from the ceiling with a quasi z-drag, to prep for an install of raising links!
"Raising links" is not a term one comes across very often on a klr thread